Treasury Management: Tools and Techniques for Countering Financial Risks
Sets out the role and activities of the treasury manager and considers a range of treasury management techniques and tools. Many of these are, by their nature, very technical. This book seeks to provide a comprehensive overview of treasury management, in a way that will enable the activities and techniques to be understood by both finance specialists and those who are not employed with the finance function.
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